The playful and humorous Dutch artist Parra plunges into a feminine universe for his new solo show at Ruttkowski; 68 gallery in Cologne, Germany. His exhibit “I can’t look at your face anymore” features a new collection of multimedia work, which includes paintings, sculpture and textiles. Parra is well-known for his provocative pieces, featured here, paintings with vivid colors and minimalist style filled with surreal creatures, many of them women.
Known for his design-oriented paintings of voluptuous bird women, Amsterdam-based artist Parra will present a new series of work for his January 8 solo show at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York, “Yer So Bad.” Named after a Tom Petty song about a femme fatale who can’t seem to settle down, the exhibition features new Pop Art-inspired paintings filled with sex and intrigue. We first featured Parra in Hi-Fructose Vol. 25. Check out a preview of “Yer So Bad” below to see what he has been up to.
On June 28 graphic artist, designer and musician, Piet Parra will be opening a solo show at HVW8 in LA. Titled “Same Old Song,” the exhibit shows new snapshots from his red, blue and pink world filled with curvaceous, naked women engaging in debauchery.